Customer Spotlight on Hök Nik
A Website and Graphic Design Agency

| January 8th, 2013 | , , , , , ,

This is an interview with Hök Nik, a website and graphic design agency located in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. We interviewed several customers to find out how Intervals has improved their time, task and project management workflow, and increased their profitability.

Hök Nik, A Website and Graphic Design Agency

“Intervals best suits our agency because it tracks the different types of work we do, all in one place”

Hök Nik A Website and Graphic Design AgencyThe creative minds running Hök Nik will be the first to tell you the name of their shop is a bona fide mystery. When it comes up (and it does a lot), there’s much collar adjusting and ahhs and umms…and pregnant pauses…that usually ends in a company representative murmuring: “Yes, the name. The previous owners had a drinking problem…” That usually takes care of it, but if you dig a little deeper you’ll find out there were no previous owners. So, despite the mysterious name, this integrated digital agency in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has been in business for 17 years. Their creative portfolio is as vast as the frozen prairie where they reside. “Yeah, funny name, serious creative,” says Jeff Day, the group’s creative director.


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